Just after suffering an injury and missing his semi-final match against Akhmed Tazhudinov, Abdulrashid Sadulaev traveled to Moscow to have his neck examined. United Globe Wrestling (UVW) reported that Sadulaev was suffering from a herniated disc in his neck close to the finish of his spinal cord. Healthcare examinations will figure out if it is a tumor or if Sadulaev can return to wrestling with out the will need for surgery. As a outcome of Sadulaev’s withdrawal, Kyle Snyder will obtain a bronze medal with out possessing to compete against him. Snyder previously defeated Magomed Ibragimov in a repechage match, and would face Sadulaev in a bronze medal match. It also indicates the USA has certified for the Olympics in the 97 kg division.

It is worth noting that Tokyo Olympic champion Abdulrashid Sadulaev, also recognized as “The Russian Tank”, was a dominant force in the globe of wrestling. As a 5-time globe champion, he was anticipated to wrestle for a bronze medal at the Globe Championships and safe qualification for the 2024 Paris Olympics as a neutral person athlete. Even so, the health-related employees decided not to aggravate his injury and decided to withdraw him from the competitors. Sadly, he is not the only Olympic champion to withdraw from the rematch at the Globe Championships, as Takuto Otoguro, the champion from Japan in the 65kg category, also withdrew due to a foot injury he has been carrying for the previous year.

By Editor